British boxer, Tyson Fury, won the WBC world heavyweight title. He defeated defenseless champion from America, Deontay Wilder, in a repeat duel in Las Vegas, United States, Sunday, February 23, 2020.
Fury appeared dominant and eventually won TKO in the seventh round. The 31-year-old boxer won the championship while keeping an undefeated record. His competitive record was 30-0-1 (21 knockouts).
For Wilder this was the first defeat. The 34-year boxer record is now 42-1-1 (41 knockouts).
This duel is a rematch from December 1, 2018. At that time, the duel ended in a draw. Wilder had hit Fury twice. But his opponent rose again and survived even dominated until the end.
The results of the fight per round of this world boxing duel:
Round 1: Wilder’s punch lands on the body, but Fury responds with a harder punch. Wilder shows a good jab that can help him in this duel. But, Fury appeared more aggressive. Fury is considered superior thin.
Round 2: Stay tight. Wilder began to feel comfortable with his right punch. A combination appeared, but nothing was clear. He is seen as slow because of his weight. Fury showed a good combination at the end of the round.
Round 3: Fury pushes Wilder to the rope. His blow dropped Wilder. He was able to get up, Fury urged. Wilder fell again, apparently because he slipped. When the round ended, Wilder looked a little unsteady.
Round 4: Wilder falls because he slips. Fury continued to push him to the tai. Fury’s left hit hit. Wilder is bleeding from his criven ear. He was really troubled.
Round 5: Fury continues to dominate. Wilder’s legs waver. Fury continued to bombard him. But the bell sounds.
Round 6: Fury dominates again. Right and left strokes terrorize successively. Wilder is trying to serve. His ears are still bleeding.
Round 7: The duel is over. Wilder’s camp throws the towel.